“I am grateful for all the support I’ve received in my hometown."
Want to work at one of our city's most historic buildings and make over $23 an hour? 💸
We’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has been on strike for the past 37 days
Bill-C89 has been criticized by NDP and labour leaders for undermining the collective bargaining process
Happy shopping! 🛍
The switch will happen in the fall of 2019
And it comes with a 2019 Jaguar convertible 😍
Anyone up for a pinball match? 😏
So many gift cards to be won from local businesses!
We could LIVE in this store 😍
Demands related to scheduling, and the employment of student workers have not been met
They opened one day ahead of schedule
How are near 60-year-old bylaws aiding and abetting today's housing crisis?
About half of those sales were made in the first 2 days
The 100,00 sq. ft Sidney Crossing project was first approved in 2016
The Very Good Butchers may be about to score a very good deal!
Some products have already sold out
To your heart's content!
They close for good after today.
This is the company's second and largest location in the region
You could have your very own critically acclaimed kinky corner 😏
Will this rebranding help the company draw more tourists to the city?
We live in one of the only 3 renter-dominant cities in Canada
One of these is the oldest pub in BC! 🍻
The project has been allocated a $21.1 million fund
John and his guitar will be hanging out on his last day.
Get a Mahoney before it's too late!
They'll be completed within 6 months
It's one of only three Canadian schools that made it to the list!
In comparison Ontario’s rent increase for 2019 sits at 1.8%
And the sales just got even bigger! 📚😍
Have you altered your spending habits recently?
You work hard. Give yourself a break this back-to-school season 📚
It's less than $10/month!
It's the biggest decline in the country
Nanaimo follows closely behind at #13
Talk about a blast from the past!
So. Many. Books. 📚😍
Possibly due to the implementation of the foreign buyer's tax in Victoria
The Y is moving forward with plans to relocate and build a new facility at a yet-to-be-determined location
"The days of skirting tax laws and hiding property ownership behind numbered companies and trusts are over"
Fines of $200 per week will be raised to up to $1,000 a day
It's "fully furnished" and "pets are considered" 😂
Renting a one-bedroom here is more expensive than in other major cities like Ottawa, Calgary, Winnipeg, and Halifax
There are just a few conditions...
...and it's up for rent! 😲
The 26-storey building will also feature 'sky gardens' unique to Victoria
The aim is to stop property owners from hiding behind shell corporations